By Alan Wells
He watched the front of the pharmacy building. An old man with a cane slowly and deliberately ambled out and passed his car without so much as looking up. “One,” he counted to himself, looking at his outside mirror as the man turned behind his car. Sweat had soaked through all of his clothing and then onto the upholstery of his car. Two more to go and that would be that. Only now, the butt of the pistol seemed so slippery in his hand from perspiration that it felt as if it would slide out.